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Yuri's Top 10 pairings of 2022, a throwback to the 90s, and an update on pricing
Comrades: Thank you for a fantastic 2022. If you have some down time during this festive period, here are my Top 10 pairings of most viewed posts. As you may have noticed, many posts are orthogonal because clown world is all connected.
**** I am ~10 paid subscribers away from bestseller status and would be so grateful if you could help me obtain the orange checkmark by 2023.
BONUS: My 2022 predictions that came true and 2023 predictions:
#10: A famous family recipe and a podcast to listen to while you cook
#9: Soy bugmen buzzing around in Karenland FUPAZ
#8: Yuri Sr’s experience with commissar grooming struggle sessions in 1960s China and mine in 2000s America
#7: Demoralization at The World Cuck and Champions League Final
#6: The most demoralized WEF Wehrmacht corporations and their advertising campaigns
#5: Drugs and sportsball are the opiates of the masses
#4: Novak Djokovic standing against public health and medical fascism
#3: Beware the sanpaku eyed sociopaths
#2: Demoralized university rankings
#1: The FTX/Sequoia DEI effective altruism scam and The Current Thing Company pitching Shark Tank
Speaking of countdowns - here’s some nostalgia for my fellow 90's kids. TRL, My Super Sweet Sixteen, and Next were peak entertainment. I am morbidly curious to see how demoralized these kids became as adults:
Several readers have written to me about lowering the paid subscription price. In the spirit of full transparency, here are my reasons for keeping the status quo:
I provide exclusive content and meetups to my paid subscribers, which they seem to enjoy. Thus far not a single one has churned and those who I've met in person would be happy to share a reference about how much they enjoy the community.
One of my goals is to make this as social as possible, which is why I will offer buy one get one free to all paid subscribers indefinitely.
I started from scratch a year ago and could not monetize many thousands of existing followers like Weiss, Taibbi, and Greenwald did when they launched on Substack.
~$100/year from one reader is equivalent to $50/year from 2 readers; it's also easier to do the mental math on how many paid subscribers I need to reach certain thresholds to support my family.
Premium brands and products are recession proof. The more income I make on Substack, the more time I spend on it, the higher quality my work gets - you can see the progression over the past year.
My New Years Resolution is to grow the paid subscriber base 10x in 2023. Cheers!
PS: You never know what goes viral on Twitter. I shared the truth about Kwanzaa that netted 100+ new followers.